Our mission:To let introverts everywhere know it’s okay to be who they are. You’re not broken because you’re quiet. There’s nothing wrong with you because you like spending time alone.
We’re Introvert, Dear, the largest online community and publication for introverts in the world.
About Jenn Granneman
Jenn Granneman is the founder of IntrovertDear.com and the author of The Secret Lives of Introverts: Inside Our Hidden World. She also cohosts The Introvert, Dear Podcast and blogs for Psychology Today. For most of her life, Jenn felt weird, different, and out of place because of her quiet ways. She writes about introversion because she wants society to better understand us “quiet ones” — and she doesn’t want other introverts to feel the way she did.
Meet the Introvert, Dear Team
Jenn started Introvert, Dear in 2013 as her personal blog because she wanted to write about what it was like being an introvert living in an extrovert’s world. She had no idea it would become what it is today — the largest platform and community for introverts on the web, reaching introverts across the globe.
Today, she’s not the only one who works on Introvert, Dear. Along with hundreds of contributors and a team of amazing volunteers, she work closely with Matt Parrish (left) and Andre Sólo (right).
Matt has been a long-time friend of Jenn’s who helped her get Introvert, Dear off and running. Today, he runs Introvert, Dear’s social media — so when you see something in your feed that makes you laugh or smile, thank Matt!
Andre is not only a business partner but also Jenn’s life partner. He helps Jenn keep the site running and growing, as well as helps write and edit.
From all of us at Introvert, Dear, we’re honored to (quietly) walk beside you on your introvert’s journey.
Please don’t email article pitches to Jenn. If you’d like to write for Introvert, Dear, see details here.
Also, please don’t contact Jenn about sponsored posts — we don’t do them. We do occasionally set up affiliate relationships with businesses that we believe provide value to our readers. If you’re interested in discussing that kind of arrangement, please reach out to Jenn.
To contact Jenn with a question, media request, or partnership opportunity, email her at email@example.com. Please be aware that she gets many messages each day, so although she reads each one, she may not be able to personally respond.
How to Support Our Mission
It takes time and money to run a major website. That’s why we need help from readers. You can help us by:
- Becoming a patron. Patrons give a few dollars each month, and it all adds up.
- Sharing articles on social media that resonate with you. We’re always hoping new people will discover our site.
- Checking out Jenn’s book, The Secret Lives of Introverts. Or, buy our grown-up coloring book, Introvert Dreams, which is the first coloring book with an introvert theme.
When you support us, you’re supporting the introvert cause!
We’re incredibly thankful to our patrons who support us. This month, they are:
- Join our Facebook group.
- Share your introvert story. Learn more about how to be published on Introvert, Dear.
- Subscribe to our email newsletters.
What’s Up with the Name ‘Introvert, Dear’?
When Jenn named her blog Introvert, Dear, she imagined a wise, older woman inviting a troubled young introvert to sit down on her fancy chaise lounge. The older woman began dispensing her worldly advice by saying, “Now, introvert, dear…”
Our Comment Policy
This website is a safe space for introverts and highly sensitive people. Thoughtful, respectful comments are welcome. Comments that demean or insult will be deleted without warning.